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Oil DEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY, MAY J, 1691. THE COMMERCIAL. UTAH OSDCN, - Tut K.s L'jty Star uifalLattly FINANCE AND COMMERCE dkfvkcks With tou; kx.d if JuU TUB fcLufl of uujutf fcbd y jour tares a speaks uf the "oiature age tad r:pe Kmw Tor Uober. of Mia PLueb auW-rip- t ua Jl b tip to buy you VeUipef" In order to advertise our Art Needle Work Departca cU.a.j; April 3u. -- M.j-r ki Lm.41 To. a.lLoul ran wt bt krl bj g4. ment w ill sell at actual cost this week. Las legislated agaitiet 'iwj-.i!kiiv jo th UraL : fear baiiar ; dwht.rt Enoch Ardcus by a law that prottdos a Oaj uli. i. 21 inch pliieh, II JO Ball orcAinett, 10c per dooea up. per rard. divorce without Dotice, wbo Lutband TU.Miilirs XEtTISG. 72 tnca frit, Kuk arrauvna, lOe pr dora. lUUyer yard. is for Leard Dot cf and three disappears Waah t. 2 aketnc H WW Sauna, 4Je tou per yard. Totl. kyril jc Bu&ilxwi KwO au4 tutiigLt at th years by Lis w ife. rlta nd ma f FSgured SUka, "he pr yard, pillow ataAi,2itc pwpavir. Ktaipd . B. I 4 ,. ng 1V Th.-Fuj from to pillow a deue way tovela, tlxO pair up. City halL, ....... t'. Ktl XM.Jt in ro- - 4 M aiJ mean to buikl Ogdau. And Leo Tm calliLg off of the proposed great t'. liiieo dolU,aphuhra, traya, UUa oerjtw aod ' euaau Stauped I'. UU , Uhl LutkU Otfde he LuiUla Liut-ae:- strike for eight hours a day as a faucc any lii atiarfa, nuad up lioeba, and nialariaia for ncaklU work, plutsh, ruiwi, aatina, fwlta, butchers' and bne lineca. oorda, fring ortaiu-jtA,et- f. TL mote on the part of the leaders. Ho tbia l really naubl ifitert demand for labor is probably lees at the Tin. aud Ooppor. rjT Lauc given in art nedU work-- See our n open work aproa gouda. . I w. . : K . Uihti can af present time than it Las been fur several luevttng. A lid no buain A .U. : U. Laae. Lajaaoue. Lkil If ftntitv ! t hi own affair. ford to years. It would be the height of folly to U i', fin. bLnuta. la.. This BueeUbg k but for talk. Dot for strike for lees hours a day when there bustneaa. but murk. theoretical tx are so many laborers wanting .DEX PKOJJlTE EXCHANGE. limoved to 2351 Wasliintrton Avence. And it should do Wain. Tbube mho i Prb-etThat Killed on Virion Pro- As Alliance convention held at go there thou Id have autue idea of hat X. V, representing t iMou Yesterday. shoulJ be done and a tart ia eJwd 2Ti,A) in the tuukt practicable ay rotors, was told by President Polk in an TW fmat braicit) uf ataiU article a a. ftfjr ua X'baiife )CaU(lay juuruiai. address that the Alliance party would imficrable possible. aV-Kru-- r an ail bu.) putting in thmr crvi and I jet aooiethicg definite be set on fuoL teach the two old parties that it held the Law uo tuwt MI LCD to market tLair imxluoa, mtucb If it paving theu stick to that ui nl key to the situation. Tbere was mure accuuuu for tUr aliurta'. Thar ia aa abuait it 1 1 1 STHEYCU all k done that can be. If some other than bluff in the assertion. It is to be titif? (noluoa iu aitctit, eutiaajueiiU) ric rm- line of pivgreaa is taken up let it be hoped the key w ill unlock the indiffer- siaiu abuut tij aaiuc AND I Ky and clitcLaua mr in great dttmaml, alau puehvd from the word go. Lot all the ence of the old artis to live and pressULI1CR r m rem irnniUn. PirfaUw. ara atUl firm, mhiJe mlixat atiuma aa ibJiealtuu of wraaetiuig1 power of Ogdea be placed behind what ing issues. is agreed upon until the thing is io thor 1 D60IM DraWc are cutniJaiiiiiif that titt-j- r ara unable to but b tuiuorruw it ia CoiiONKL Wattfkson. of the Louisville bit all tbeir orilt-ra- , oughly eucreettful motion. that tU mark mill he flush. Owiug But let not too many things be at Courier Journal, has berwme a believer tltounht to tlu general warcily traiwaciiiiua vera ar The Stove which lights same as your gas! declares He in a and providence. iron once. special at tempted Paving UVbt. Putatuva in five and tea caHuati kHa arc The Stove which is the Best one for the people! leader for find w a ill the t in demand. works, for inatance, are enough to start that "the Lord were The Stove which is the wonder of the age! Follom iua; : the Ah rulm in Well, really, qiMttatimu on. Let the forces concentrate. Then democracy w hen did the Lord Butter, brot Utah, SO lb. kite off"d buyer The Stove which emits no smell, no smoke, no soot!" Brother Watterson, is be done. to something likely aiiiroia. Hie in- Cbeeee. bet I tah. i.tfe giMie 1J el aeUer The Stove which is always ready for action! Every bubiuees man who can should favor you with an intimation of Kv, bet I'tali. mt cane, off rd teller .UU 1 Si The Stove which is safest and most improved! be at the meeting tonight That meet tentions? And even if the Lord found a AH'lea, ollered teller I do lota. per lUUuffr'd buyer W poialoea, w hich is so easily worked and so simple!' Stove The ing should be the voice of Ogden. And leader, dont you think the democracy New Cal .perlu. offered arller would repudiate him and take Cleveland, it should have no uncertain sound. The Stove on which a meal is quickly cooked, OIEE VEUETaaLEa. eh? Is called "QUICK MEAL." RadUhea. quoted SO rWi. per lb (rj Call and see the Stove in operation. WILL VEVL1SE. demoBLAISE Lettuce, beet I'tali. uerd. Quoted It is real kind and nice in the lli Hraa, er lb. quoted W$ with to cratic press pride, eta," "point 06 oiuoca, per lb. offered buyer As was expected Blaine will not be- to the welcome President Harrison re lr ireeu ouioua, per dm. quoted Water cmw, dot, , H per quoted come a candidate for president against ceived io the south. But why should Cabbatfe, bet lal.. per lb. quoted (gf onereu is law a an aeuer, that Harrison. It io unwritten per lb A.parairua. be not be welcomed io that section? And Turuipa, 0Jv per lb., quoted VI secretary of state shall not oppose a why should his welcome io the south re- Carrot, tacked per hundred, quoted Rhubarb, beat Utah, tier lb. offered teller, Ui president who appoints him. Blaine's quire pointing to with pride any more BOYLE BLOCK, GEEK num. OGDEN, UTAH. acceptance of the state Mrtfolio was a than hia welcome in the north? One Orangoo. niivi ... .wtt offered teller SJ0 a, rivunudni. ottered teller S a practical declaration that he retired flag and one president ought to be Urauitet, fxi moDiitniu itock 3U0 He can not now from the race in lS'.ri I... mirelee tK equally honored and welcomed through Lemoiia, offered teller per eate P. S. First-clas- s 7 U0 Tin Shoo in connection. So violate that obligation. honorably out the republic DB1ED FECITt. Vi! Foreman. his declination if formally made will be Wadman, Henry Dried applet, beat Utah, offered buyer per 10 pound simply published in pursuance to what TO ALL OGDEN CITIZENS. Dried rVacliea, beat Utah, offered buyer... 13 he is pledged to carry out The dele HJIXTEK. gates to the national convention will A Call For a Mwtinir of Oijcleii's Live cliickeua, jier dm offered buyer. ..4.i(f 4 75 Dreeaed " 16 jier lb, oTered buyer Business Men. probably recognize this situation. Un GRAIN. lees some extraordinary thing happens To the members of the Chamber of Com Wheat. 50 to S00 care,on track, Otclen, per buthel offered buyer 70 merce and Citizens of Ogden: within the coming year, like the death 11m ll offered buyer 00 Oata, i of of Mr. Harrison or his own declination, Gentlemen Pursuant to requests 'In iied barley, tier HO offered teller 165 U4 Mr. Blaine may be considered out of the the board of directors or the Chamber Alfalfa teed, per lb, offered teller FI.OH. race. Many friends will regret this and of Commerce and a meeting of the busi Flour, hiith 2 25 r 100 patent, offered aellnr call a ness men recently held, I UO Hour, ttraWht, offered aeller they will be more anxious to have him publio meeting for rnuny, hereby May 1st, at s run than they have been before, now p. m., to be held at the city hall at w hich Dr. L. K. Saunders time and place the citizens of Ogden are that they can not have him. has ana to his ofllee and residen e to moved attend. invited urged Our dispatches this morning indicate cordially to our city Grand opera house building, rooms It, Matters of vital that Uussell Harrison, the president's will be discussed importance ISandlG. and action taken. son, is interested in having people know We desire to have the views of the Lace Ci ktains done up like new ones that Blaine is off the track. The young taxpayers and all classes of people freely at the Ouden Steam Laundry, of pavman is afraid that the Blaine talk will given on the lmprtAnt question Twenty-fiftstreet, rear Reed Hotel. Lining portions of Washington, Grant, Telephone 173. injure his father's strength and it will coln and Wall avenues, and Twenty-fourttoo. So he desires to stop it. and Twenty-fiftstreets, with a "Liver complaint knocked ou everv But it may not stop. Conventions view of obtaining estimates of the cost round" by Dr. Kenlev's Emr'ish Dan raising delion Tonic. E. D. T. sometimes get away from all rules of and devising the best methods of matter funds therefor, and bringing the precedent and political decorum. About to the attention of the City Council for Rockv Mountain A mlier. nrnde hv tha sixteen years ago General J. B. Weaver such action as it may deem proper and Schellhas Brewing company is the best had everything his own way for the nom- expedient In the premises. There will beverage in the market proination for governor of Iowa. He had also be discussed the questionto ofinduce To Ladies Troubled With moting and devising plans no apparent opposition in the caucusing and procure capital for the construction Painful or suppressed menstruation on the day before the convention. He of iron foundries, railroad shops, other Oregon Kidney Tea, if taken a few days Is enjoyed by great and small-Evereceived congratulations on his foregone railroads, slaughter yards and other im- berore the expected penoJ, relieves all for the benefit of man- pain. It contains no mineral poisons. nomination and accepted them with his portant questions by the Bazaar Show window dolls. ufacturing and commercial interests of Not an enamel or face bleach, but a So let your little ones be gay, He our city and its inhabitant. characteristic air of patronage. Great beautitier Wisdom's Robertine. thought he could not be beaten in the things are in store for us in the near true By putting their winter clothes away, future and it is fitting important and It's famous. convention. This seemed true. And getting them a bonnet or a dress, Droner that they be thoroughly dis Miles' Jierve aud Liver Pills The prohibitionists, then not very cussed cloak or under vest-Ou- r and ventilated, and the best posApron Act on a new nriucinle retrnlnf inu tha strong in party power, held a public sible means adopted to accomplish specialty is to dress the small, liver, stomach and bowels through the meeting the night before the convention them. Infants' nerves. new A outfits, complete in all- Dr. Miles' of and Council discovery. the members The City and demanded of Weaver that he come Pills cure bad speedily with billiousness, men are especially invited, and declare himself. Many friends told business a view of working in harmony and in taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. him not to go. But he loftily pushed making our work as effective as possible. Unequaletl for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 aside their counsels, went and made an This is no time to discuss discouragecents. Samples free at il. A. Walker. of of citi on the ment Ogden's any part Corner Twenty-fourt- h and Grant. Largest line of art emphatic speech favorable to submitting zens. The almost immediate future of Removed. a prohibitory amendment. in needlework materials the it has ever is than J. FERD CRAMER, Prop- city. Ogden brighter today W. II. Marsh has removed his galvan Dubuque and the river cities slyly re been before. Many gigantic enterprises belled. They plotted during the night of a tangible and beneficial character ized iron cornice works to 41!. 4'J1, J 23 Twenty-thirstreet M. F. STAFFORD. R. T. MILLER. P. HOOP and when the convention met were await our encouragement and support Men of Ogden, do not lapse into inwas nominated Weaver with a Notice. ready. action, but let us girdle about ourAll neranna imlAhtnil tn tKa firm nr hurrah. The chairman, a weaver man, selves the armor of business enterprise was about to declare the nominations and with proper efforts on our part we Carlson & Kaufman (Chicago Cash Gro many fold cery;, are nereoy notineu tnat as assigclosed. An old state senator from Du- shall make of Ogden, with itsand most nee of said firm, all accounts, notes and the brighest advantages, buque arose and said he desired to add pleasant place for habitation and busi- debts due said firm are in my hands for Having purchased the large stock of Saddles. Harness. another nomination. ness in all the great and growing west collection, and you are hereby notified to etc. D. Evans. belonging to the Ogden Saddle and Harness Manufact can anu seme same at once. "By whose authority?" demanded a Commerce. of Chamber President C. II. Assignee. King, Weaver man. uring Company E. A. McDaniel, Secretary. "By the authority of the people of the Think of buying your boy a nice A-t -state of Iowa," retorted the old sen plaid satinett suit for $1.85 or a nice Offer we in What Millinery. ator with splendid emphasis. "And I to name some very1 low prices. If you are a noby trimmed hat for cotton worsted suit for $2.90 a cassimere We are1 prepared Come and 1 r place in nomination that grand old war S3.00, usual get $5.00. suit at $3.90 or an all wool suit at $5 Mrs. M. Fran-tyea iDargain can11 ana see us. a itn 1Kinas price ior looKing governor, Samuel J. Kirkwood." & next door to Clark Sons. to SG.50. It will be to your benefit as of Repairing neatly done. The convention went off its feet in a well as ours to investigate. Yours and "The liver great tonic, appetizer whirlwind of applause. The vote was anxious to please. Dr. Henley's English Dantaken and Weaver was beaten by we regulator." 1. L. Clark & Sons. delion Tonic. E. D. T. think about 14 votes. He never got Kedueod Kates. over his resentment and soon left the For the benefit of the merchants and party. men in Ogden who may desire If some unruly delegate should spring traveling to work up some business with parties Blaine in a similar way on the republi on the Sevier Valley branch we have decided that on, and after tomorrow, to can convention what would happen? make a single trip rate from Ogden to Manti, Ephraim, Spring City, Mount educational will advantages 0;en's Pleasant and Fairview $5.70, and round probably soon be increased by the "Inter trip tickets, good for ten days, ?8.55. Mountain Business College and School This is a reduction of 11.25 on single of Shorthand," to be presided over by trip and f 1.90 on round trip. This rate from the above stations will also Prof. J. A. Smith, of Wahoo, Nebraska. to Ogdenapply and enable passengers to do Mr. Smith is an educator of acknowl their shopping in your city if they see edged ability. A letter from him rela tit. Rio Grande Western Railway. tive to the establishment of the institu The World Enriched. tion appears in this issue. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will con The somewhat startling news is given duce to the material welfare and comfort to the world that New York City has at of mankind are almost unlimited and last commenced practical work towards when Syrup of Figs was first produced the erection of General Grant's monu- the world was enriched with the only ment It is suggested, however, that no perfect laxative known, as it is the only A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. one contemplating a visit to that city remedy which is Superior to every other known. truly pleasing and reUsed in Millions of Homes need hurry their visit in order to see the freshing to the taste aud prompt and monument unveiled. If its construction effectual to cleanse the system 40 Years the Standard. in gently and Pastry, Light Flaky Delicious Cake in Remember. I am the onlv Laundrv man in Oirden own ratio the of its commence- the Spring time or, in fact, at any time proceeds Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable ment it will probably be ready for in and the better it is known the more poping and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt and Wholesome. spection about the year A. D. 2500. ular it becomes. does such work. other tio taking powder Delivery coot EXTRA Coui. tk INDUCEMENTS. x tutu FkllMY Daili (VataianaL t. aui4. Mt. i aicrfUi.1. a Uiukf m. Mr., Turn li, annua. uK tud. JMifd U tLaatl at II (uniiEin)iil TJ UhIXH wo nA lJt K- Isd 1 1 U I VS. rio ca-vaaar- till, t I AS. SAS SALVADOR y at-U- Piulboa at Utie. Ltli. fur (Eiitawi at auajtia aa Beeubl laaa Iniiin ini a Uiiuh(li attar. It f. ciU r alJi to at lri Bt Bt I. Milt tt-ac- Ul'ATF.XALA 1x4 em War La aain coiuni-etwo ban tain republic to CWilral America, San Saivadi and luaUmala. Sua Salvador tth no area of 7,2 and a population of .V.l.T-i'- f square in ruuuna to paralyze the anatomy, or, ae expressed in d, idiomatic rorreapondeuco, destroy tti autonomy of Uuatuiala, with an area of 41,K au,uare mile and population of 1,278,311. Kan Salvador, although only about one aiith the area and containing about one half the population of ita enemy, to conquer Guatemala and abpropo.-e-a sorb it, Evidently the smaller power believes in the statement that the race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong, and has prepared for the conflict with so much enthusiasm that its capital is almost emptied of it male Guatemala is preparing population. w ith equal energy to meet the attack, and the struggle promises to be imetu nus and bloody, though probably of short duration as the resources and energies of both nations are limited. Trouble between the two countries has been brewing for sometime. It was much intensified by the election of Eeta to the presidency of San Salva dor. He was known to be a bitter en emy of Guatemala, and represented "the vigorous foreign policy" element in poli ticsan element that desires the con quering and annexation of Guatemala. The smouldering animosity between the tw-- countries burst into sudden Hume through a raid of Guatemalan cattle thieves, who crossed the boundary into San Salvador and returned with a large herd of cuttle and Bheen. This gave President Eeta the opportunity to put his army in motion, without waiting for tedious diplomatic preliminaries or a formal declaration of war. The pretext was seized and war has commenced. d long-desire- d !' 1 ud: OGDEN- DEPARTMENT STORE, QUICK MEAL V icn-a- 1" car-lea- d MILES, STREVELL ject, lie says: Attempts have been made, not without success, to form minerals. Artificial ultramarine has long been an article of commerce. The formation of the diamond is said to have been actually effected, but in the opinion of the inventor the process is so difficult and so dangerous, that the diamond miner and the diamond merchant need not feel uneasy. The ruby and the sapphire have been reproduced in Paris, lately and the colenough, curiosly is found matter in both oring to be due to one and the same metal chromium in different states of combination. Red and blue stones, or an intermediate violet form which might be likened to the rare and beautiful oriental amethyst, have been obtained in one and the same operation, from the same lot of material. The jewels thus produced have so far all been small; large enough to form the pivots of superior watch works, but not large enough to rank as rare and costly ornamental objects. Send The Commercial, the news that's right. All the news is desired. But write names of persons and places very plainly. Be particularly careful in this. Do not try to write long articles "to till up." This paper has to throw away telegraph almost every night. Be pointed, brief, waste no words. Do not US3 the prououns our, we, she, in referring to states, cities. Say Ogden in its not her beauty. Say beauty, stateit when Utah gains hood, not when she gains it. And do not write articles for this paper and make the paper responsible for things you desire to personally advocate. The Commercial might be perfectly willing to tell people what you desire to say, but not to shoulder your views as being what if wishes to advocate. The Commercial will be glad to print your news and reasonable kicks too but to make your cause its cause is another thing. Send in the news. Always send it Glad to get it. How popular excursions to this locality have become for railroad magnates! The visit of Vanderbilt and Depew of the New York Central aud Chicago fc Northwestern interests, was immediately followed by a visit from President Perkins of the Chicago, Burlington JtQuincy and Burlington & Missouri interests. Come again gentlemen. The latch-strin- g bangs on the outside and the will divide their last snack of ULMER, . UNDER BEOOM HOTEL HI 1! Wednesday, April 29th. ATTERBURY, h h The spirit of invention and discovery has invaded even the realm of previous stones. An article in the Forum for May, written by Prof. William Crookes, contains much of interest on this sub- & KXCLUSIVE AGENTS. h ARTIFICIAL OEMS. Gasoline Stoves! m DOBSON & CO. MAY DAY n The Bazaar, d SADDLES & HARNESS, Great Reduction, i: -- STAFFORD, MILLER & CO. Troy Steam Laundry, GEO. A. CRAIG, PEOP., Baiting PowdeK 137 25thSt. TeleDlione 107.